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    Default so what's your collection up to?

    my modest collection is at 273 DVD's and counting...:D

    i have a freind in NJ that is over 400 though :(

    how many DVD's you other polkster's out there up to???
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    Twenty-Seven.......

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    125 DVD's
    about 400 CD's
    i am still trying to watch the dvd's i have now more than twice. i couldnt imagine having 400. soon the collection will grow as the cd's did and still is
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    I'm at 127.

    My family knows me as Johnny Blockbuster. Anytime they want a movie, they drop bye for free rentals with no late fees. How can you beat that deal! I have my collection in an Excel spreadsheet that I update and email to them.

    I'm such a freak!!!
    I'm not saying she's a slut, but if her vagina had a password...it would be password.

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    i hear ya! got the excel spreadsheet too! also known as blockbloster, my dad, brother, couple of guys at work. don't think they've ever rented a DVD...:D


    also got them all on dvdprofiler....bored at work one day...:D
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    ....34.


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    Peace Out~:D
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    Ron dislikes a film = go out and buy it.
    Ron loves a film = don't even rent.

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    I have about 110. I thought about keeping them logged on a spread sheet, and then tried that online profiler or something. But you can't print stuff out like that, so I downloaded cover scans of all my DVDs from the e-tailers (DVDExpress & DVDEmpire are two that have great cover scans) and built a massive memory-hogging Word document with all the covers, like about 16 per page. Then I print it out whenever I update it (here at work on the big-time color printer, don't tell). I give it to friends who are always like, "What should we watch when I come over?" I now say: "Consult your list."

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    you can print with dvdprofiler, you just have to run a report and it opens a new window with all your dvd's, the info you want it to show in the report format you chose, and a print option...
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    Default oh, and the printer...

    i used the companys' color printer to print-out all the back issues of 'the speaker specialist', then had them velo-bound in the print department. man, do i love abusing employee privileges...:D
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    Shhhhhhhhh!

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    236 so far, I can't imagine 400. I have problems now finding new ones with the exception of releases. I keep them according to genra then by actor and then alphabeticly.
    Chris :)

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    That's another thing: how do you keep them?

    I do the alphabetized thing. But I find that I need to keep the "series" separate: all the spaghetti westerns, the Woody Allen films, the Bond movies, music concerts, etc.

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    alphabetical, disney has it's own section & the bond movies have their own section
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    I have 825 dvd's and counting.....................!!!!!!!!









    just kidding....I'm only upto 90 and will be slowly accummulating from here on.....sorry no PORNoS.......the other half may decide to hit me over the head with a frying pan.


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    i have about 60 i have them by type and i too have a disney secton and a anime too i rember when i got my first cd it cost me more than my first dvd that is funny

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    Only 308 :( Must have more must have more!

    I keep mine sorted by studio in two racks. And I use dvd profiler to keep track of them all, though I may set up my own Database on my website.

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    welcome to the forum bkleinke... :D
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    what is DVD profiler ???
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    Originally posted by Micah
    I have about 110. I thought about keeping them logged on a spread sheet, and then tried that online profiler or something. But you can't print stuff out like that, so I downloaded cover scans of all my DVDs from the e-tailers (DVDExpress & DVDEmpire are two that have great cover scans) and built a massive memory-hogging Word document with all the covers, like about 16 per page. Then I print it out whenever I update it (here at work on the big-time color printer, don't tell). I give it to friends who are always like, "What should we watch when I come over?" I now say: "Consult your list."

    MC
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    joe :D

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    Originally posted by ntculenuff
    what is DVD profiler ???
    it's a managment system for a dvd collection...

    http://dvdprofiler.com/dvdpro/index.html

    enjoy...:D
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    Post juice, 273 ??

    ...and you call that modest?
    I just went over the 30 mark,
    guess that makes mine immodest.

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    yeah, i guess it is alot, it's just eveytime i see my friends collection with 130+ more than mine, it makes mine seem small.:( i guess it's all relative....

    i wouldn't say your 30 is immodest, i don't know what it is, but i never bought VHS's like this, there is something addictive to buying DVD's...:D
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    I counted last night. 138 DVD, 73 laser disc - Still the only way to get DD for Star Wars 4-6.
    I just seperate my DVD's by Studios.

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    i am at 318, and keep mine in a marantz 301 disc dvd changer. Soon to be adding another one and linking them together. Makes watching dvds easy. Can't think of one to watch, just spin the dial and hit play.

    Anyone else had a problem finding racks big enough to hold 300? i got 3 differant racks holding them all...

    Brandon

    ps you all see how many b movies are now out on DVD??? They are coming out sooo quickly i can't possibly afford to keep up...

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    brandon, i've got a full rack and then dvd's on random shelves. i was thinking about getting one of those penguin racks that hold 360 DVD's, but even then, how long will that last me. boltz makes expandable ones, but they are pretty massive... the new kenwood soviergn entre unit looks cool, paired with a 400+3 DVD player, it knows what you have and where it is. feel like a comedy, sort by genre, wants to watch a ridley flick, sort by director, very cool indeed. it's like hardware with built in dvdprofiler...
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    Interesting! got a URL for that? know if its linkable with more units?

    Musta missed that at CES this year...

    Brandon

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    Default try here...

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    Wow just checked it out on kenwoods site, although its kenwood, its looks pretty slick. up to 4 of the changers ROCK 1200 dvds!


    Anyways thanks for teh headsup, gonna have to go check it out...

    Brandon

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